seriously, has this guy ever been right? this is the most failed reasoning i've heard in a while... i especially lold at the bolded part Wimbledon - Reed: Murray will go all the way Eurosport - Sun, 21 Jun 08:19:00 2009 Eurosport commentator Simon Reed has installed Britain's Andy Murray as his favourite to win Wimbledon. MORE STORIES Federer rues Nadal absence Wimbledon men's draw I don't want to pile any more pressure on Andy Murray, but looking at the draw I have to make him favourite to win Wimbledon. He has got a dream draw, and he is now the top seed in his half following Rafael Nadal's withdrawal. Nadal's decision was almost inevitable, considering what went on at Roland Garros and in his exhibition matches at Hurlingham. His team were hoping against hope his knee would be alright, but I was taking him out of the equation anyway - even if he had played he would not have been at 100 per cent. Murray has got a clear run through the first three rounds, no problem. It is only in the last 16 that it starts to get tough, against either Stanislas Warwinka or Marat Safin, who can be formidable if he gets his head right. After that, the top seeded player he could face in the quarter-finals is Gilles Simon, but I don't think it will be him. More likely is Fernando Gonzalez, who got the better of him at Roland Garros, but I don't think he can live with Andy on grass. The semi-final is more of a stumbling block. It is likely to be Andy Roddick, who is always a tough customer at Wimbledon. It could also be Juan Martin del Petro, who would be the highest seed in his quarter of the draw by that stage and is a tricky opponent. Again, I don't see Andy losing to either of those. He's too good. That leaves Roger Federer in the final. Andy lost to him in last year's US Open final, but that was by far Federer's best match of 2008. Since then, he has not been at that level, even at the French Open which he won. I don't think Federer's the player he was, and I see Andy beating him. People have said it might be easier for Federer now he has got the monkey off his back, finally winning the French. The theory is his frame of mind is better, he will play with freedom and return to the Federer of old. I need to see that before I think he's got any chance against Murray. There is no doubt the pressure will be immense, and match by match it will reach almost unimaginable levels. It would freak most people out, but I don't think it will affect Andy at all. The danger is that he could put pressure on himself because he's not producing the goods, he doesn't feel right or just isn't playing good tennis. There is probably going to be a match like that, it could be against anyone, and that is when he's going to be under pressure. Andy has struggled in the past against players he is expected to beat so that might be one of the pitfalls of a relatively straightforward draw. I don't think he ever underestimates his opponent, but he does get very frustrated with his own play. He's much better than he was at coping with that, and I think he can pull through especially in a five-set match. There is time for him to lift himself if he gets down. All in all, the signs for Murray are very optimistic.